4 Oct Is Cameroon experiencing black on black colonisation?

At least 17 people have been killed over the past weekend in clashes linked to a symbolic declaration of independence by Cameroon's English-speaking minority. The separatists chose October 1 for their declaration as it is the anniversary of the official reunification of the Anglophone and Francophone parts of Cameroon in 1961. The country's Anglophone regions are demanding independence and are calling on government to stop imposing French on their educational and legal systems. The English-speakers also say they suffer discrimination and inequality at the hands of the Francophone majority. President Paul Biya has opposed any moves towards secession or a federal state. Sakina Kamwendo spoke to Senior Researche at the Institute for Security Studies, Dr. Fonteh Akum; Amnesty International's Ilaria Allegrozzi and Milton Taka, the spokesperson for Southern Cameroons Ambazonia Consortium United Front....
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